by Fred J. Calfior and Douglas W. Miller
“In 1967, test pilot Bruce Peterson suffered near fatal injuries when his M2-F2 lifting body disintegrated in a crash over Edward's Air Force Base. At 45,000 feet, he was released from a B-52 carrier-plane, and he experienced a severe dutch roll at 200 degrees per second (cowabunga!). He hit the ground pretty hard, to say the least, recovered from his injuries and stayed on at the NASA Flight Research Center as safety officer. Trivia time, here! It's his crash that was seen in the opening shots of the TV series 'Six Million Dollar Man'!”
1) When “11.0” DME from JFK VOR, turn direct to La Guardia airport
2) When “9.5” DME from JFK VOR, press “P” to pause the simulation
VSI _______________________________(45 pts)
Radial from JFK VOR_______________________(40 pts)
DME from LGA VOR________________________(30 pts)
DME from DPK VOR________________________(15 pts)
Designation of ISLAND heliport________________(5 pts)
3) Press “P” to continue the simulation
4) Commence a climb to “8000” feet
5) Turn to the Silly Sniglets section at the end of this scenario. Match the following definition with the appropriate word, and go to the AirLeg indicated.
Definition: IMPOSSIBLE TO REACH AREA IN THE
MIDDLE OF YOUR BACK WHICH CAN
NEVER BE SCRATCHED!